|Item model number||CA-1J8-00M1WN-00|
|Item Weight||37.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.5 x 18.5 x 24.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||18.5 x 18.5 x 24.2 inches|
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Thermaltake Core P90 Tempered Glass Black ATX Mid Tower Open Frame 2-Sided Glass Viewing, Tt LCS Certified Gaming Computer Case Chassis, CA-1J8-00M1WN-00
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- Supports Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX Motherboard
- A New Angle on PC Gaming: Build from a different angle isolating components for proper heat dissipation
- 2-Sided Glass Viewing Protection: Dual 5mm thick tempered glass panels to protect and present
- Go Vertical: 2-way GPU placement allows vertical GPU mounting (TT Gaming Riser Cable Included)
- 3-Way Placement Layout: Wall-mount, Vertical and Horizontal. Angle your PC in multiple ways
- Fully Modular Design: Provides multiple configurations and flexibility for custom PC Enthusiasts
- Tt LCS Certified: Liquid Cooling Supported. Compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations
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Core P90 Tempered Glass Edition
ATX Open Angle Frame Panoramic Viewing Mid Tower Computer Chassis
Thermaltake has kicked open-frame chassis up to a notch and presented the Core P90 Tempered Glass Edition Mid-tower Chassis. The Core P90 TG boasts the case structure split into three compartments for graphic card, PSU and other cooling components. The triangular prism shaped body and two 5mm thick tempered glass side panels turn the Core P90 into a hexagonal prism outlined creature, allowing for an ultimate system display from every angle. Along with its 3-way placement layouts (wall mountable, horizontal laying and vertical standing), 7 drive bays with modular drive trays design and high liquid cooling system expandability, the Core P90 TG permits users upgraded aesthetics and limitless potential with how they want to configure their systems.
- 3 Accessible 2.5” (HDD Bracket on Right Panel) + 2 Accessible 3.5" or 2.5" (Right Panel) + 2 Hidden 3.5" or 2.5" (Behind M/B Tray)
- Support Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX Motherboard
- USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio x 1
- Max CPU Cooler Height: 180mm
- Max VGA Length: 320mm
- Max PSU Length: 220mm
5mm Thick Tempered Glass
True open frame case showing side by side, Core P90 TG features 5mm thickness tempered glass panel. Unlike any other cases on the market, the enlarged glass window permits users to fully display every interior component of the system and show off their dedication and skill set.
A New Angle to PC Gaming
Build from a different angle, isolating components for improved heat dissipation to give each component proper spacing for optimal cooling performance. Present and protect each side with 5mm thick tempered glass panels and extended glass mounts allow easy to clean maintenance.
3-Way Placement Layout
Supporting 3-way placement layouts (Wall-mount, Vertical and Horizontal) angle your PC in multiple ways to accommodate users for a variety of configurations. With an Angled frame design, fit your PC like never before with the Core P90.
Make the Move to Modular Design
The Core P90 enables users to freely build their system from the ground up with modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-design mounting arrays. No more unreachable screw corners or gaps to enjoy even more space for your precious parts during instalation or maintenance.
Extended Hardware Support
With easy instalation, it houses up to seven 3.5”/2.5” storage devices. Total 3 Accessible 2.5” (HDD Bracket on Right Panel) + 2 Accessible 3.5" or 2.5" (Right Panel) + 2 Hidden 3.5" or 2.5" (Behind M/B Tray).
AIO/DIY Liquid Cooling Capable
Natively support all types of AIO liquid cooling solutions and capability to house up to 480mm DIY liquid cooling radiator fitment. Extend your GPU performance with virtually no limit to GPU sizes, especially when going vertical, and angled frame design brings a new direction to custom tube runs for a fresh presentation.
Go Vertical with your GPU and PSU
Including the TT Gaming PCI-E 3.0 Riser Cable, choose the way you want to display your graphics card and display your power like never before, vertically, to show off all that colorful power.
Supports up to four 120mm or three 140mm fans or up to 480mm radiator.
|Touphpower iRGB Plus Titanium||Touphpower iRGB Plus Platinum||Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium||Touphpower Grand RGB Gold||Smart Pro RGB Bronze||Smart RGB White|
|Available Output Capacity (Wattage)||1250||1200, 1050, 850||1500, 1250, 1000, 850||850, 750, 650||850, 750, 650||700, 600, 500|
|Modular Type||Fully Modular||Fully Modular||Fully Modular||Fully Modular||Fully Modular||Non Modular|
|Fan Type||140mm Riing Plus 16.8 Million Colors RGB Fan||140mm Riing Plus 16.8 Million Colors RGB Fan||140mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan||140mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan||140mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan||120mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan|
|Fan Speed Controlled by||Software / App||Software / App||Software / App||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|LED Fan Light Controlled by||Software / App||Software / App||Software / App||Button||Button||Button|
|Rainbow Effect||Yes (Each LED can be controlled Separately)||Yes (Each LED can be controlled Separately)||No (One Color at a Time)||No (One Color at a Time)||No (One Color at a Time)||No (One Color at a Time)|
|Smart Zero Fan Controlled by||Software / App||Software / App||Software / App||Button||Button||N/A|
|80 Plus Certified||Titanium||Platinum||Titanium||Gold||Bronze||White|
|Dimension||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 7.87"(D)||1200W: 5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 7.09"(D) / 1050W, 850W: 5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 6.30"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 7.87"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 6.30"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 6.69"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 5.51"(D)|
|Warranty||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||7 Years||5 Years|
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The Cornerstone of your next gaming PC is the Thermaltake Core P90. Supporting 3-way placement layouts, extended storage options and proper architecture for custom liquid cooling demands. Dual GPU Layouts allow users to go vertical with (included) TT Gaming Riser cable to extend the reach for proper performance. Secure your components with dual 5mm thick tempered glass to protect and present. Seeing is believing, the Core P90 TG brings the ultimate in PC hardware viewing wherever you mount or display. “Well done Thermaltake for doing something different.” – KitGuruTech
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- fantastic cable management area
- plenty of space to work around
- solid vertical gpu mount
- room/hardware for open loop cooling
- can mount a 240mm radiator
- looks PHENOMENAL with Good components
- very sturdy and well built
- comes with thermaltake's cheap pci extension cable
- only has 1 2.5" ssd and 3.5" hard drive mount, unless you don't use the radiator
- metal bracket inside the case is completely pointless
- the motherboard spacer screws are really jenky and don't leave much room behind the mobo for cable routing
- the case is very large and heavy for a mini itx build
- the radiator mount width is only 122.5mm wide, so you can't mount a 280mm radiator and certain radiators, like the nzxt kraken x52 and corsair h100I v2, will not fit
- it doesn't come with wall mounting hardware
- the assembly instructions are absolutely horrendous; it boggles me that a company would make such a great case and hand out instructions seemingly written by a 5 year old
All in all, if you want a great looking mini case then this is the best you'll get, but if you want a mini mini case then get something like the corsair v1.
On the other hand, it looks nice, has a simple glass look, and is very sturdy. Most of the people buying this are just buying for the looks, but the instructions are very poor, and it is very heavy. I think this case is not meant for beginners.
My only real issue with it was that when it came to mounting my Thermaltake 300ml Pump + Res combo is that I couldn't use some of the mounting hardware because it was compatible with their own case? So I was forced to use the case bracket to mount my pump/res by it's "feet" which is fine, it works. I just think it looks tacky having this mounting bracket sticking out from the side but it's something I'll just have to modify whenever I get bored and decide to redo my loop configuration.
Conclusion. Sexy case and always catches folks attention when they see it (I have it sitting behind me in my stream thanks to 20'+ cables running back to all my other stuff). I wanted to make this PC which I've dubbed "Big Bertha" (she weighs a lot w/ everything installed) not only a beast in terms of performance but also something that looks uniquely beautiful (to each their own) and this case allowed me to capture that. The only thing I didn't catch was that this comes with one of Thermaltakes PCIe Riser Card Cables and I had already bought the exact one separate but o well. Guess that just means I'll have to run SLI in the future if GPU's ever come back down to earth.
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Cooling Parts Vary: Thermaltake Res+Pump combo, XSPC Raystorm Neo CPU block, EK Fittings, AlphaCool 480mm Radiator, Thermaltake Fans, Thermaltake PETG 16mm tubing
Some reviews mentioned hard drive placement. I would say that if your going to use more then an M.2, look toward the larger p3 or p5. The internal space does have room for two hard drives inside, but this is precious space when it comes to cable routing. I removed both cages because I was using an M.2 and didn't need the storage. So I had tons of room in the case for cable management.
And cable management is a mixed bag. Not a negative. Just make sure you plan a lot! Pre-run every cable. Unlike most cases, there isn't a ton of holes to pass cable through, so you have to really think about where things should go. Take your time, and it will be fine. Keep your peripherals to a minimum, and you should be good.
I mounted a Kraken x52 on the right side mounting plate. According to previous reviews and information, the space here is limited so I grabbed the x52 instead of the x62. Trying to squeeze the radiator into the recess would have been tight, but I elected to mount the stock fans to the rear plate, pushing the rad out beyond the recess, then mounted some TT HD120's on the front, for a push pull (exhausting back as there is nice grill opening for just such a setup). It makes it nicer, and eliminates the issues others were having with mounting the rad. My thoughts on that are; you're buying an open air platform, put shiny fans on, and use the stock ones for the heavy lifting.
The only word of caution I would have is Power supply cables. If you are thinking about some aftermarket parts, I would say go for it. They tend to be more flexible, and that flexibility will come in handy when trying to route your ATX power connector behind the board. If you are using stock connectors, then I would highly advise pre-flexing the cable either way.
Last and most important. Take your time! It pays off in the end.
Most recent customer reviews
Be prepared to be overwhelmed but this is an amazing case